Tour of Our Chicken Coop and Meet Our Hens :)

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  1. Nikki says:
    I think it would be so cool to raise chickens and enjoy those fresh eggs. I don't think we're allowed to have any sort of farm animal in our development though. Very cool tour of your coop!
  2. I've never made a vlog before, but it looks like you are doing a great job and having lots of fun with it! Thanks for the tour today!
  3. Rena McDaniel says:
    My neighbor next door has chickens and we love to watch them and have gotten used to the old rooster crowing in the morning. I would love to keep lots of animals like this!
    • Debra says:
      Roosters are a whole different thing! We got baby chicks that were all supposed to be girls a couple of years ago...unfortunately roosters are not allowed in the city limits! I guess people don't like the roosters waking them up or something! lol
  4. If I didn't live in the city I would love to raise chickens. It would be really cool to have fresh eggs every morning.
  5. Angelic Sinova says:
    I used to love visiting petting zoo's and chicken coops when I was younger! They always seem like so much work to take sure of, so kudos for thanks! Your hens are beautiful <3
  6. courtney says:
    Awwwwww.... I always thought it would be neat to raise chickens! With the amount of eggs my princess and hubby eat, omg it really would be worth it ;-)
  7. I loved seeing the Chicken Coop. I was just saying to my husband a few days ago that I would to start raising backyard chickens!
  8. Fi Ní Neachtáin says:
    Aww it was lovely to see your hens. My stepdad keeps hens, he absolutely loves them. Sadly he's lost some to a fox recently :(
    • Debra says:
      Awww...that's too bad :( You do have to watch out for predators. We have them fenced in their run at night, but we let them run around the backyard during the day when it is warm...our backyard is fenced in so they are safe from anything that doesn't fly or jump fences!
  9. Sara says:
    You are so lucky! I so want some chickens in our garden. `When I was little there was a rooster that used to wake me every morning!
  10. Krysten says:
    A few of my coworkers keep chickens. They bring me fresh eggs sometimes which is really awesome!
  11. Echo says:
    Very lovely coop you have there! Your girls look very happy! I hope that they are laying well for you!
  12. Eileen says:
    What a cute video! Your chickens seem very sweet! I hope they don't get too cold in the snow.
  13. All that snow and the chicken coop looks so nice! Ha, they even have names! very nice video :)
  14. Rebecca Swenor says:
    This is an awesome video. I love your newest girl chicken but I feel bad she has to hind from the others. There are a lot of people here were I live that are owning chickens now for the fresh eggs. Thanks for sharing.
  15. Heather says:
    I can imagine it would be hard for chickens to walk in the snow, not to mention how cold their feet must get. I hope to start vlogging this year too. :)
    • Debra says:
      Yeah, they really don't walk in the snow unless we shovel away most of it. The are little princesses :) Good luck with the far my husband has been doing it...I will probably bite the bullet and do it soon!
  16. Oh wow...I think the black, and the black/white speckled hens are so pretty. I actually didn't know that they came in those colors (or markings). I enjoyed hearing the names of the hens. Hawkeye is a cool name! Awe, the new hen gets picked on. How long does it take for them to get acquainted with their new surroundings....or for the other hens to accept the newbie?
    • Debra says:
      The black one is so noisy in the mornings!!! I have to throw her scratch (grains) to make her be quiet!!! There are lots of colors of chickens. The red one isn't very nice! She picks on the younger ones sometimes! Chickens are group animals and each group we get is bonded to each other and travels the yard together in their little "gangs". The white one we got alone because someone was getting rid of it in the paper. Generally I don't recommend getting a solitary chicken...they do better in groups, like I said...and chickens can be mean to each other. The white one is very gentle and gets lots of love from the humans, don't worry :)
  17. Lisa Rios says:
    Sounds so much of fun. One of my brother has a Chicken Coop & I really love spending sometime when I visit him during vacation. I really love their fresh eggs, which are so healthy as well.. Thanks for sharing the video.
  18. Michelle Hwee says:
    Wow what a great way to get fresh eggs each morning! I loved seeing it, I never really saw inside one before. I'm a city girl and have never really been to a farm.
  19. Shaun Hoobler says:
    Seeing live chickens always reminds me of farm and small-town life. Love it.

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